In the 1990s, Cadillac tried hard to re-ignite its engine and once again become the standard of the world.
The display was a captivating sight because you don’t see older Fiestas anymore.
It’s difficult for automakers to justify displaying a classic model at this year’s Frankfurt Auto Show.
This car is one of the three surviving 92 prototypes built by Saab.
The E-Type Zero prototype accelerates, handles, and brakes like a standard E-Type, but it doesn’t sound like one.
Would you ditch gasoline and convert your classic run on electricity?
We’d go with the Renault 6 or the Peugeot 304 — how about you?
I almost bought this 2002, but my Alfa said “there’s no way I’m sharing garage space with a BMW.”